Quiberville magnetic bollardThe tourist office is equipped for the hearing impaired
©The tourist office is equipped for the hearing impaired|© Zoe Tirilly


Welcome to the Terroir de Caux Tourist Office! Labelled Tourism and Handicap for the four families of handicap, and winner of the trophies of the tourist accessibility in 2020 (third place in the category tourist information) the Tourist Office Terroir de Caux welcomes you in its accessible offices in Auffay and in Quiberville-sur-Mer.

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Each of our two reception desks is equipped with:

  • a magnetic loop
  • braille brochures
  • broad print brochures
  • an accessible Wifi area with provision of touch tablet(s)
  • accessible toilets

The Tourist Office staff is trained to welcome people with disabilities, and will be able to direct you to adapted and accessible offers and services.

To come to our reception offices, you will have reserved parking spaces in Auffay in front of our premises, and in Quiberville-sur-Mer a drop-off area reserved for users with reduced mobility at the entrance to the reception office.

Each of our reception offices has a referent person for accessibility:

Bureau d'accueil d'Auffay, Val-de-Scie
Bureau d'accueil de Quiberville-sur-Mer

Our opening hours

Download below the opening hours of our reception offices in French for all:

The territory

You will find multiple points of interest in the Terroir de Caux territory: heritage, nature, sea, and local products.

A varied architectural heritage that bears witness to rural history through manors, castles, villas, farms, churches and other civil buildings.

Exceptional nature along the valleys of the Saâne, Vienne, Scie, and Varenne, but also in forêt d’Eawy, and on the coastline with its sand and pebble beach! The beach of Quiberville-sur-Mer is one of the largest stretches of sand at low tide of the Alabaster Coast.

A famous land, with its flagship products to be tasted in our farms or on our typical markets: in Auffay, on Friday mornings and in Luneray, on Sunday mornings.

Dynamic towns with their local shops, markets, and local events throughout the year.

Let yourself be seduced by this concentrated Normandy in the heart of the Pays Dieppois – Terroir de Caux, where the diversity will never cease to amaze you!


Auffay is a commune of 2000 inhabitants, it is located on the Rouen – Dieppe axis and known for its Collegiale Notre-Dame and its famous jacquemarts, Houzou Benard and Paquet Sivière and also for the Château du Bosmelet, which houses the collections of Mr. Alain Germain, opera director.

The history of Altafagus begins on the site of the old feudal motte.

Around 1060, Auffay was a lordship ruled by the Lord of Heugleville, Richard, who donated his few lands to his son Gilbert. This one thus built in the XIth century a fortress because Auffay was located on the road of the barbarian invasions. This fortress was built on a mound crowned with high beech trees, “altafagus“, which gave the name to the locality of Auffay.

Gilbert d’Heugleville fought alongside William the Conqueror’s companions at Hastings, and then upon his return from England, he set about developing the prosperity of Auffay.

There are now no traces of this fortress or its ruins. After the construction of a red brick house in the 19th century, the site of the former fortress gave way to a housing estate.


Quiberville-sur-Mer, a seaside resort since 1895, has all the charm of small seaside resorts and the calm of the countryside!

Its architecture will walk you between seaside villas and fishermen’s houses. Prized since the nineteenth century with the advent of the Sea Baths in Dieppe, the town of Quiberville sur Mer acquires equipment to become a real seaside resort in 1895. Bathing establishments, cabins, hotels, small houses for rent and local shops flourished then on the beach, and fishermen’s houses were seen alongside sumptuous seaside villas like La Rafale, which you can see as you go up to the village. Tourism in Quiberville was born, and will develop until today, where the resort still benefits from its notoriety, dynamic with its nautical activities, gastronomic with its land both rural and maritime, and ideal to recharge your batteries in the quiet of the Norman countryside.


Val-de-Saâne, a dynamic and pleasant commune was born in 1964 following the merger of 4 villages: Anglesqueville-sur-Saâne, Eurville, Thièdeville and Varvannes. This union allowed Val-de-Saâne to fight against the rural exodus, to develop in several fields and to create several facilities such as the swimming pool, the rural foyer ….
In 1999, Val-de-Saâne also obtained the label Station Verte!
Discover the history of this commune along a route accessible to all, with the leaflet “Val-de-Saâne Pas à pas” written in French for all, and by downloading the audio guided tour on the application IZI.travel. Departure of the loop at the Tortillard library (old train station), accessible parking.

Val-de-Saâne step-by-step brochure in French for all